You’re going to want to wear this look with a white shirt seen at Copenhagen Fashion Week to the office
We have found in the street style of Copenhagen a look with a white shirt and midi skirt that is perfect for going back to work. It is signed by fashion designer Ilirida Krasniqi and you only need four pieces of clothing (which you probably already have in your closet) to emulate her style .
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The classics are always a hit. To show this look with a white shirt that the Danish Ilirida Krasniqi wore during the Copenhagen fashion week . An elegant and timeless style that we could wear this week and, in all probability, also in 10 years. To copy it, you just need to gather some basic wardrobe basics : white shirt, black midi skirt, and undercut shoes.
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White shirt, by Mango
To emulate Ilirida’s look, this oversized white Mango shirt with flared sleeves and maxi pockets is perfect. Also made of poplin fabric. Straight to the bottom of the wardrobe for this season.
Midi skirt, by Emporio Armani
Although the MKDT Studio skirt has been a crush, we are left with this from Emporio Armario in flared cut with pieces that is not only elegant, but also very stylish. And it is also a totally timeless garment .
Black sandals by Dorothy Perkins
We have found the low cost clone of the Saint Laurent sandals and these are from Dorothy Perkins . With a low heel, undercuts and in black with a round toe. Can they be more versatile
Handbag by Monki
We closed the look with this handbag in synthetic leather Monki , a versatile design that can carry into elegant outfits like this one Ilirida Krasniqi or casually with your favorite jeans.
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